Bookmarks for 3 set 2012 through 5 set 2012

These are my links for 3 set 2012 through 5 set 2012:

  • OneLook Reverse Dictionary – How do I use OneLook's reverse dictionary feature?

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  • missing disks, dump devices, mirroring, etc. – Waldemar Mark Duszyk – Since, we are pretty much always learning …. Some of us on a more elementary, intermediate, or advanced level but regardless of the level we all always learn or re-learn (because what we have mastered we had an ample time to forget – not doing it for a while), here it is a reminder of how to deal with a volume group (in this case it is rootvg which for some reasons lost one of it disks. The loss could be a function of SAN, VIO or other event. It could be a permanent loss – a disk is dead, broken, no longer functioning or the loss was/is temporary in nature; AIX kernel detected a timeout (without any disk errors associated with device failure) long enough for the kernel to mark the disks missing.
  • Authenticating RedHat with ActiveDirectory and Kerberos – Waldemar Mark Duszyk – One of my previous posts deals with authentication of RedHat LINUX using Tivoli Directory Server (TDS LDAP). As I was working on this project, my colleague Igor was busy configuring RedHat authentication with Active Directory and Kerberos (already configured on AD).

Bookmarks for 12 lug 2012 through 17 lug 2012

These are my links for 12 lug 2012 through 17 lug 2012:

  • MobaXterm-Plugins – – This page contains a few third-party MobaXterm plugins that I packaged myself. MobaXterm is an enhanced terminal for Windows build on top of cygwin. It is self-contained and doesn't require installing or managing a ton of dependencies and things like Cygwin.
  • Mirrorvg without locking the volume group – AIX Health Check – When you run the mirrorvg command, you will (by default) lock the volume group it is run against. This way, you have no way of knowing what the status is of the sync process that occurs after mirrorvg has run the mklvcopy commands for all the logical volumes in the volume group. Especially with very large volume groups, this can be a problem.

    The solution however is easy: Make sure to run the mirrorvg command with the -s option, to prevent it to run the sync. Then, when mirrorvg has completed, run the syncvg yourself with the -P option.

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